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    Cops

    Cops

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    Now known as the original reality series, COPS hit the airwaves in early 1989, putting camera crews in police cars all across the United States. Adopting the Cinema Verité style of documentary filming, COPS uses no narration, depending completely on the police officers and the footage shot as it happens to tell the story. Each COPS camera crew consists of a camera operator and a sound mixer. The officer is mic'd with a wireless mic directly to the camera and the sound mixer captures the suspects, witnesses and other officers with a boom mic. Multiple crews can be stationed in one area as well as crews working different cities across the country at the same time. Still one of the most popular television shows on the air, COPS moved from the FOX network to Spike TV in the fall of 2013, keeping it's original 8pm time slot on Saturday nights.moreless
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    World's Wildest Police Videos

    World's Wildest Police Videos

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    World's Wildest Police Videos examines criminals at their dumbest who are caught on tape. It includes police pursuits, robberies, and routine traffic stops gone bad.
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    ECW on TNN

    ECW on TNN

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    ECW is the definition of HARDCORE. ECW on TNN has no rules in their wrestling matches! Announced by Joey Styles & Joel Gertner, and bossed by Cyrus The Virus. Many notable wrestlers came out of ECW, including superstars such as Rob Van Dam, Terry Funk, Mick Foley, Steve Austin, Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero, The Dudley Boyz, and many more. ECW On TNN was canceled in 2000 and is no longer being show on TNN or any other station. ECW went under in early 2001.moreless
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    Rollerjam

    Rollerjam

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    This ain't your parent's Roller Derby.

    RollerJam was a sports entertainment program in the tradition of the old roller derby. It was made more modern by having the participants use inline skates instead of regular roller skates.

    Each RollerJam team consisted of 7 men and 7 women.moreless
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    WWE Livewire

    WWE Livewire

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    WWE Livewire was a recap show on Saturday mornings on TNN. It was originally on USA Network, until WWE moved all it's programming. It reviewed all the latest occurrences in WWE and covered "WWE Raw" and "WWE SmackDown!." It also covered "WWE Tough Enough" and XFL Football for several months. It mainly served as hype for their pay-per-views and was a "week-in-review" show for WWE's primetime shows. It was originally hosted by Michael Cole, until he was paired up with Marrisa Mazzola, who is in real life married to Shane McMahon. Later, Cole was replaced by Jonathan "The Coach" Coachman. After several months, Mazzolla left the show. In the final episode, Chris Leary hosted the show, making his on screen debut on WWE TV.moreless
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    Music City Tonight

    Music City Tonight

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    Spike TV (ended 1999)
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    Century of Country

    Century of Country

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    Spike TV (ended 1999)
    This 13 part series will examine the origins, history and roots of country music. Hosted by Emmy Award winner James Garner, the in-depth documentary series traces the amazing journey through the songs, stories and stars that have brought country music alive. Country music is America's music, rooted in the nation's history. But the sound that once echoed only through the Appalachian Mountains now echoes in sold-out stadiums around the world and is the most listened-to radio format by adults in the United States. The show takes viewers into the studios, living rooms, honky tonks and saloons that gave birth to distinctive musical styles. From hillbilly to rockabilly, from Western swing to the "Nashville Sound," this series is rich with the sounds and sensations that make up what is called "country." Viewers will see and hear how these styles evolved across a century and meet some extraordinary people along the way. One of the most in-depth looks inside country music it viewers the opportunity to see interviews and historical footage on some of the genres' founding artists to the industry's biggest stars, including Roy Acuff, Minnie Pearl, Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Patsy Cline, Chet Atkins, Bill Monroe, Loretta Lynn, George Jones, Trisha Yearwood, Reba McEntire, Dixie Chicks, Shania Twain, Faith Hill, Steve Wariner and Garth Brooks.moreless
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    Prime Time Country

    Prime Time Country

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    Spike TV (ended 1999)
    prime-time country music show
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